On this walk, you will not only get acquainted with one of the oldest cities in the world, but also feel its contrasts, begin to understand the culture and traditions of Armenia deeper. You will walk through the old streets and find yourself on the avenue, built only ten years ago. Admire Mount Ararat from the observation deck of the Monument to Mother Armenia, visit the open-air museum of sculptures and the repository of ancient manuscripts of Matenadaran. And you will also take part in a tasting at the Ararat factory and figure out why angels account for most of the cognac. Individual excursion for 1-3 people Duration 4.5 hours Children Allowed with children How it goes On foot Rating 5 on 2 reviews € 75 per excursion Price for 1-3 people, regardless of the number of participants
What awaits you
City of contrasts We will begin our acquaintance with the city with a walk along Northern Avenue - the main pedestrian street and a favorite place for Yerevan residents. Here you will feel the rhythm of modern Yerevan, get acquainted with its architecture, smells and sounds. I will tell you how the appearance of the city has changed over the years of construction work and how pink tuff has given the capital of Armenia a special flavor. We will also walk along the Republic Square and look into the Erebuni fortress, from which the ancient city began
Yerevan from above and the main museums of the city You will see Yerevan from the observation deck at the Mother Armenia Monument. A view of the streets and houses will open in front of you, and the legendary Mount Ararat will remain in the distance - the peak about which thousands of legends were composed. Then we will walk through the open-air sculpture museum and visit the Matenadaran, a repository of manuscripts, where you will meet the world's largest and oldest book. And if you wish, we will take a look at the amazing museum of the Soviet film director Sergei Parajanov
Dinner with aperitif To taste the capital of Armenia, we will go to the Ararat plant. You will walk through the cellars of the factory, learn about the first cognacs produced, taste several types of the most popular Armenian drink and understand why it is said here that angels share the most cognac. And then you will find yourself in an Armenian restaurant, where you will watch how lavash is baked and taste delicious barbecue, kyufta and Armenian dolma.
- When ordering an excursion, I will take you from the airport for free.
- Tickets to the Sergei Parajanov Museum and Matenadaran not included in the price excursions and paid separately.
- Cognac tasting and dinner paid separately (tasting - from $ 10, dinner - from $ 10 to $ 20).
The meeting point is by agreement with the guide, you can discuss it when ordering the excursion.